3 Lucky Winners will receive a Prize Packs worth $100 from Highland Titles!

Your chance to win the perfect present for yourself, family member or a friend – a plot of land in the Scottish Highlands that allows you to use the official noble title of ‘Lady’ or ‘Lord’

Did you know Scottish landowners have long been known as Lairds, which simply means ‘Lord’, or ‘Lady’? Highland Titles Nature Reserve is giving away 3 plots of land, each 10 square feet in size. Prizes will include a gift folder, personalised certificate, personalised booklet, master title deed and bumper sticker.

Land forms part of the Keil Hill estate, which is run as The Highland Titles Nature Reserve. All the owners of land (The Lairds, Lords and Ladies of Glencoe) take great pride in the environmental project; saving Scotland one foot at a time. Fully compliant with Scottish law.

Visit www.highlandtitles.com

Enjoy a courtesy title of Lady or Lord with this unique gift!

Please note this competition is open from 7th July 2016 until 7th August 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. J. English - WA
  2. D. Kinmonth - QLD
  3. S. Grundy - SA

  • My own plot in the Scottish Highlands you say? Lady of tenbyten…….has a nice ring to it. I’ll take it!



  • The next time one of my kids whines “But why?”, I could answer them with “Because I am your Laird!” If that doesn’t impress them enough to get them to behave, the distraction of explaining what I mean might at least derail the imminent fuss.



  • so that i can feel like a Lady instead of an old hag



  • This would be such a hoot of a prize



  • I all ways knew I would be called a Lady one day



  • My partner has a Scottish background; at his Pop’s funeral a few months ago they had bagpipers there to farewell him. This would be a perfect late 30th gift for him that I know he will appreciate more than other things.



  • Title of Lady is a bit of light hearted fun. Wonder could I change my passport to my new status for an upgrade from economy. Conservation is important to me so a wee little plot is a good place to start creating change with a community of owners.



  • Having previously lived in the quaint village of Tarbolton, I fell in love with Scotland and its natural beauty, lilting tones and renowned heritage. With my love of history, and the charms of Kings, Queens, Lords and Ladies, – it would be an honour to be crowned this distinguished title!



  • With Scotish, English and Irish heritage this prize suits my maiden name of Noble with Royal Title. Lady Lori-Anne of Glencoe has a beautiful ring to it and given that I am one for land conservation I can represent the title with pride.



  • I would love to have this prize for my son – so cool



  • After visiting Scotland on our honeymoon, many years ago we fell in love with the country side, the loch ness monster and the scottish accent – would love to win this to give to my husband as an anniversary present.



  • Because it’s such a unique prize and it would be a privilege to own a plot of land in the Scottish Highlands.



  • It\’s such a unique prize and it would be a privilege to own a plot of land in the Scottish Highlands.



  • How cool is that.I would love to suprise my husband with this for father’s day



  • What a great claim to have and something to pass down in the family for generations


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